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Electronic_Motor_Control - Assembly Instructions: Brushless...

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Unformatted text preview: Assembly Instructions: Brushless DC Motor Instructions (read and understand each step completely before acting!) 1. Insert the T-pin into one of the end caps. 2. Insert the rotor core into the same cap as shown below. Carefully apply some pressure ( avoid poking yourself with the sharp T-pin ) to push the rotor core approximately 1/2" (10-12mm) into the cap. 3. Insert the round wooden dowel into rotor core tube. 4. Insert the pushpin into the other cap. 5. Complete rotor assembly as shown. Carefully push the caps towards each other until they cannot move any more. The T- pin must be secured firmly. This process may require some strength. Be careful not to bend the T-pin or poke yourself. 6. Carefully open the super-glue tube. Make sure you are working over the solderboard. Glue the magnets to the flat surfaces of the rotor core with the letter S facing out. Straighten the T-pin if necessary. You will need to press the magnets onto the rotor for at least 30 seconds to allow the glue to adhere. 7. Cut out the disk (supplied with the kit). Poke a hole in the center, which is marked by a cross. Apply some glue to the middle of the disk and glue it to the cap with a shorter axle (with the pushpin). Slide two sequins as shown below. The sequins act as a spacer between the disk and the stand and work better if their convex surfaces face outwards. 8. Insert the rotor into the stands marked with blue and silver stars as shown below. Hold the stands and test to see if rotor spins freely. Make final adjustments to the T-pin if necessary. 9. Position the stand with the blue star on the board. While covering the corresponding star completely, align the marks on the stand with the line on the board as shown. Keep in mind that super glue bonds instantly. Glue the blue star stand to the board 10. After letting the glue set, insert the rotor into the stand marked with the blue star. Note that the star's position and the marks are approximate . You may need to move the silver star stand slightly to achieve the lowest rotational friction. Leave a gap of about 1/16" (1/32", or 0.8mm on each side) between the rotor and the stands. Glue the silver star stand to the board. Test again to see if the rotor spins freely. Carefully use steel cutters ( not wire cutters) to trim the off the sharp end of the...
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